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The Delaware Review of Latin American Studies (DeRLAS) is a refereed, open-access, free, and indexed scholarly journal about Latin American society, culture, literature, and history, under the auspices of the University of Delaware Library, Museums and Press, the Latin American and Iberian Studies Program, and University of Delaware’s Center for Global and Area Studies. We accept texts written in English, Portuguese, and Spanish. See submission guidelines here.
DeRLAS was founded in 1999 by professors América Martínez (retired) and Norman Schwartz (1932–2017) and has been published continuously since then (excepting the recent three-year hiatus) and will continue to be published twice a year (spring-summer, fall-winter). Beginning in 2019, we will be using the Public Knowledge Project (PKP)-Open Journal Systems (OJS)platform. Also, for the first time DeRLAS has its own special logo designed by Maestro Antonio Martorell which he based on Joaquín Torres-García's América invertida(1943), also known as the "Upside Down Map". Martorell explains: Al estilo de Joaquín Torres-García, el gran artista uruguayo, he tratado de jugar con la idea de invertir el orden de los factores habituales que privilegian al norte sobre el sur. En este caso el foco es la punta austral de nuestro continente convertido en cáliz de una flor sideral, de tal modo que el centro somos nosotros.
DeRLAS is indexed by established international databases.
DeRLAS’s Editor, the Latin American and Iberian Studies Program, the Center for Global and Area Studies, and the University of Delaware at large are not responsible for the content of the articles and reviews, nor necessarily in agreement with the views and opinions of the writers whose works are published herein.
DeRLAS must be cited accordingly when quoting partially or in full any given article or review published by us.
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